The Fourth Arbitrator: Contrasting Guidelines on Use of Law Secretaries

, New York Law Journal

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In their International Litigation column, Lawrence W. Newman and David Zaslowsky of Baker & McKenzie write that although arbitration has long had a practice of arbitrators' doing their own work, this is not the universally followed practice. Recent guidelines issued by the International Chamber of Commerce and JAMS have dealt with the issues raised by the use of "law secretaries," and do so in markedly different ways.

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